Definitions

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  • noun A technique in visual art consisting of applying various stencils—perforated templates.

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Examples

  • The exhibition features her 1946 oil painting, 'Rythme Coloré,' as well as gouaches, illustrated poems and pochoir prints.

    Monroe Price: Delaunay, Camnitzer and Cone: Art, Transformations and Identity on an Upper Fifth Avenue Museum Stroll

  • On view at the Morgan through January 2nd, Roy Lichtenstein: The Black-and-White Drawings, 1961-1968, organized by Isabelle Dervaux, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Drawings, presents a time-line in works on paper of the evolution of his process and content, including the his masterful use of the look of printed Benday dots -- for which he first tried a frottage (rubbing) technique before settling on pochoir, a type of stencil.

    Mark Wiener and Linda DiGusta: Where Art Is Spoken -- Three Midtown Magnets

  • On view at the Morgan through January 2nd, Roy Lichtenstein: The Black-and-White Drawings, 1961-1968, organized by Isabelle Dervaux, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Drawings, presents a time-line in works on paper of the evolution of his process and content, including the his masterful use of the look of printed Benday dots -- for which he first tried a frottage (rubbing) technique before settling on pochoir, a type of stencil.

    Mark Wiener and Linda DiGusta: Where Art Is Spoken -- Three Midtown Magnets

  • The exhibition features her 1946 oil painting, 'Rythme Coloré,' as well as gouaches, illustrated poems and pochoir prints.

    Monroe Price: Delaunay, Camnitzer and Cone: Art, Transformations and Identity on an Upper Fifth Avenue Museum Stroll

  • The scent is a winsome vignette from the days past, a pochoir print in soft-hued yellows, greens and creamy whites found in an old magazine...

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • "Rouault: Visages," all 10 original pochoir prints from the late French expressionist Georges Rouault's very rare Visages Portfolio (Album of Faces).

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  • "Rouault: Visages," 10 original pochoir prints from the late French expressionist Georges Rouault's rare Visages Portfolio (Album of Faces).

    post-gazette.com - News

  • "Rouault: Visages," all 10 original pochoir prints from the late French expressionist Georges Rouault's very rare Visages Portfolio (Album of Faces).

    post-gazette.com - News

  • The great colourist and draughtsman Henri Matisse is represented by three works; a decoratively elegant study of a young model in Spanish costume, painted in Nice (1921); the 24 pochoir sheet Jazz series (1947), arguably the world's most recognized artist's book; and a gouache-painted paper cut-out (ca 1949-50), seen in the 2006 Robertson collection exhibition.

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  • The great colourist and draughtsman Henri Matisse is represented by three works; a decoratively elegant study of a young model in Spanish costume, painted in Nice (1921); the 24 pochoir sheet Jazz series (1947), arguably the world's most recognized artist's book; and a gouache-painted paper cut-out (ca 1949-50), seen in the 2006 Robertson collection exhibition.

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